Will’s Reels: Dorm Fever, or, I Ain’t Afraid of No Sandy

Assistant Leisure editor for the Voice Will Collins is back this week with some film suggestions: The Sessions starring John Hawkes and Helen Hunt and The Man with the Iron Fists starring Russel Crowe, Cung Le, and Lucy Liu.

Will’s Reels: Parents Weekend, or, Hungover Brunch

“Will’s Reels” is back with assistant Leisure editor Will Collins bringing you advice on which movies to watch this weekend with your dad. 

Will’s Reels: Columbus Day Weekend, or, Reckless Abandon

We bring you the second part of a new series, “Will’s Reels,” where assistant Leisure editor Will Collins gives you advice on which movies to watch this weekend.

Dolphins of Shark Bay premieres at GU

“The Dolphins of Shark Bay” had its American Premiere at Georgetown last night. A packed room greeted the United States premiere of BBC documentary “The Dolphins of Shark Bay” in White-Gravenor.  The documentary features Professor Janet Mann, who… Read More

West End Cinema set to debut on October 29

Prepare yourselves, indie film geeks. The West End Cinema, a once-vacant theater located at 2301 M Street NW, will open on October 29. The theater’s website, which launched this week, promises “art house, off-the-beaten-path kinds of films.” During… Read More

Transformers 3 looking for extras in D.C.

The third installment of Michael Bay’s Transformers series will be filming in D.C. soon—and you can be a part of the movie! The District’s Office of Motion Picture and Television Development (MPTD) posted that the film’s producers are… Read More

Abandoned West End movie theater to reopen this fall

An independent movie theater is set to open in the West End this fall, according to the West End Flyer. The Inner Circle triplex will reopen as the West End Theater at 2301 M Street NW, according to… Read More

Two Georgetown graduates debuted documentaries at Tribeca

No one playing a word association game would think “hotbed for cinematic creativity” if someone said “Georgetown University.” Not that that’s a fair stereotype—even the School of Foreign Service graduated the amazing Carl Reiner (SFS ’43). But whether… Read More

Newt Gingrich speaks on “freedom through faith” at his Georgetown movie screening

On Monday night, former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich and his wife Callista came to Georgetown to screen Nine Days that Changed the World, the documentary film that portrays Pope John Paul II’s nine-day trip to Communist… Read More

Georgetown inspired ghostly addition to Irish indie film The Eclipse

The Eclipse, a lauded indie Irish flick that debuted at the Tribeca Film Festival last year, just opened in D.C. this past week. And apparently, it’s not without some local influence. According to the Washington Examiner‘s Yeas &… Read More